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Subject: List of rural municipalities in Saskatchewan, Colonsay No. 342, Saskatchewan, Prud'homme, Saskatchewan, SARM Division No. 5, Division No. 15, Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Highway 2, Bayne, Saskatchewan Highway 5
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Bayne No. 371, Saskatchewan

Bayne No. 371 (2006 Population 505) is a rural municipality in north-central Saskatchewan, Canada encompassing 802.93 square kilometers in area. The rural municipality has within its boundaries the un-incorporated communities of Bremen, Sagehill, Dana, and Peterson, and Muskiki Springs. The rural municipality maintains its office in Bruno, Saskatchewan. The rural municipality in conjunction with the provincial government is in charge of maintenance of highways in its area. As well, the municipality provides policing, fire protection and municipal governance for the rural district, with a reeve as its administrator. The rural municipality was established on January 10, 1910 named after Deputy Minister, J. N. Bayne.[1]

Canadian Forces Station Dana was an NORAD Pinetree Line radar installation located within the Rural Municipality until in was disbanded in 1987.


Heritage Properties

There is two historical building located within the rural municipality. These properties include:

  • Sacred Heart Ukrainian Catholic Church - Constructed in 1927, on land donated by a local immigrant farmer (Nicholas Hawryluke). The property was recognized as a Municipal Heritage Property on May 13, 1999.[4]
  • St. Laszlo Canadian Magyar Hall - Constructed between 1903–1911, the church was established by Hungarian settlers to provide a place of worship. The hall is named after St. Laszlo. the hall is located 6.5 km northeast of Prud'homme, Saskatchewan.[5]


Coordinates: 52°16′52″N 105°39′09″W / 52.28111°N 105.65250°W / 52.28111; -105.65250

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